Washington, DC

Thanks to Lissy for sending from Saturday night:

“We spotted what we discovered was this newly married couple a few tables over. People had been sending them glasses of champagne with one couple offering to buy them a bottle to take home. Here is a video as they got up to leave. The entire restaurant clapped for them when they got up to leave. It was heartwarming.”

Please email your awesomeness to [email protected] and let me know where you found it.

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Photo by Jordan Barab

“Dear PoPville,

First – let me say I am very blessed in these uncertain economic times to be able to work from home. I know how lucky I am!

That being said, the loud construction project in the alley behind my apartment is…less than ideal for concentrating (as is being roused daily by the noise at 6:30am, which is before I think they’re supposed to be allowed to start.) It would be nice to have an end date to look forward to. Does anyone know whether construction projects have to register a sort of proposed ‘end date’ with the city?”

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Photo by Joseph Mentzer

Yesterday we spoke about the bathroom situation (with some options in that link plus 9:30 Club) so this is a sight for many sore eyes. Thanks to Joseph for sending: “Restrooms for Protesters today! 7th & Constitution NW”


Photo by Doug Landry

Doug reports: “We’re set up with 2,320 pounds of ice (any other groups can come get some), free ice cold water and **three portapotties** at the corner of 16th and Eye, directly across from the AFL-CIO. Stop by!”

Have you seen any other locations? If so please let us know the locations. Read More

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Last night, it was mentioned to me that bathrooms, or lack thereof, has become a pretty big issue. Where are Don’t Johns when we need them? I imagine this will only grow tomorrow. So thanks to Caitlin Caplinger for sharing with us: “Link to map showing theatres who will #openyourlobby this weekend to protestors for resources/bathrooms/etc.”

If you know of any other resources, especially for bathrooms, please let us know.

A few more resources we’ve received: Read More

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